Select Queen Room

Select Queen Room

Our Select Queen Rooms are approximately 240 sq ft and are located on the second floor. They contain a single queen size bed, private bath with tub/shower, 22″ flat-screen cable TV, direct dial telephone, hair dryer and central air conditioning.  Select Rooms are generally quieter than Standard Rooms due to the second-floor location (there are no rooms above the second floor).

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SKI Magazine ranks Sugarbush Top 10 in all Categories

Sugarbush's Lincoln Peak Base Area

A slice of Vermont? more like two big mountains of it, piled high with a generous blend of manmade and natural snow and bucolic views. Hold the crowds and attitude— they don’t fly in this laid-back corner of postcard-perfect Vermont. One reader likes the “variety of terrain, sheer cruising and air of welcoming friendliness.” It all adds up to a no. 5 ranking for Character, and the ’Bush earns similarly strong rankings in Terrain Variety (5), Challenge (6), Service and On-Mountain Food (8) and Snow (9). Accessible glades abound, from the bustling Lincoln Peak (family central) to the less-traveled Mount Ellen and throughout the Slidebrook Wilderness in between. New barnchic slopeside lodging and facilities bring amenities up to par, and no major ski area offers bigger helpings of quintessential Vermont beauty. “Vermont skiing at its best.” —E.T.M.

Après Spot » Unwind with live music, oh-so-frosty local beers and Vermont-hearty, better-than-bar food at the Castlerock Pub.

Don’t Miss » An evening snowcat ride and candlelit dinner at Allyn’s Lodge, followed by moonlight skiing.

What’s New» An arsenal of ultra-low-energy snowguns doubles early-season snowmaking capacity. Got a novice friend? If he completes three lessons, he gets a season pass.

- SKI Magazine

New Jersey

Giants Stadium Fireworks

From Bergen County, the recommended route should take approximately 5.5 – 6 hours travel time, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Recommended Route:

  • Take Rt. 287 North to I-87 North (the New York Thruway).
  • Take I-87 through Albany to Exit 24 (I-87 to Albany/Montreal, also known as the Northway).
  • From I-87, take Exit 20 (Fort Ann/Whitehall).
  • Follow Route 149 East to Route 4 North.
  • Take Route 4 through Rutland (turns into Rt. 4 East) to Route 100 North.
  • Take Route 100 North approximately 45 miles.
  • Turn left onto Sugarbush Access Road.
  • Go 2.5 miles and The Sugar Lodge will be on your left.

New York City

New York City

From New York City, the recommended route should take approximately 5.5 – 6 hours travel time, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Recommended Route:

  • Take I-84 East into Connecticut to I-91 North (Hartford, CT)
  • Take I-91 North through Massachusetts and into Vermont.
  • Take I-89 North exit (White River Junction) and continue to Exit 9 (Middlesex).
  • At the end of the ramp, go Left, cross under I-89 to the stop sign.
  • Go Left on Route 2 East for 1 mile, then go Right on Route 100B Take 100B through Moretown Village.
  • Route 100B turns into Route 100.
  • Follow south through Waitsfield to Warren.
  • Make Right onto the Sugarbush Access Road
  • Sugar Lodge is 2.5 miles on left.

Boston

Boston

From Boston, it takes approximately 3-3.5 hours to reach the Lodge, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Recommended Route:

  • Take I-93 North to I-89 North.
  • Take I-89 North to Exit 9 (Middlesex/Moretown).
  • At the end of the ramp, go Left, cross under I-89 to the stop sign.
  • Go Left on Route 2 East for 1 mile, then go Right on Route 100B Take 100B through Moretown Village.
  • Route 100B turns into Route 100.
  • Follow south through Waitsfield to Warren.
  • Make Right onto the Sugarbush Access Road
  • Sugar Lodge is 2.5 miles on left.

Montreal

Montreal

From Montreal it takes approximately 3 hours travel time to reach
The Sugar Lodge, depending on traffic and road conditions.

Recommended Route:

  • Take I-89 South to Exit 10 (Waterbury).
  • Turn right off exit, then left at the stop sign.
  • Follow Routes 2 East / 100 South for approximately 2 miles then turn right to continue on Route 100 South.
  • Take Route 100 South for approximately 15 miles.
  • Turn right onto Sugarbush Access Road.
  • Go 2.5 miles and The Sugar Lodge will be on your left.